1043 ACRES IN OCALA, FLORIDARead More
Historical 3,800± high-fenced ranch with pristine native brush that habitats an excellent population of whitetail deer, bobwhite quail, turkey, exotics and dove. This ranch was previously owned by Llyod Bentsen, the four-term United States Senator from Texas, and in the 80s there were a lot of political meetings hosted at the ranch and many foreign royalty visited leaving the ranch full of history. This historical ranch is the perfect property for a hunting and recreational ranch. There is a five-bedroom, six-bath main house built in 2008 with 9,500 square feet of living area and an additional 5,000 square feet of patio space. There is also a four-bedroom, four-bath historical lodge that was built in 1936 that was fully restored in 2008 and continues to be maintained to house family and guests. This property is high-fenced and owners maintained a whitetail deer breeding operation for eight years that improved the genetics of the deer that continuously produces 180-plus class bucks. This ranch truly prides itself on its exceptionally consistent bobwhite quail population. On an average quail hunting day you will find 20–30 coveys and covey sizes ranging from 15–20 birds. Additional structures and improvements include a paved road to the main house, three water wells, 15-plus water troughs, 15-plus ponds, dog kennels and working cattle pens. Great location just 25 minutes to Edinburg and 35 minutes to McAllen. Please contact Amy and Michael Gomez for more details including information about the additional acreage sizes available.
SPRING CREEK PROPERTY
4 TRACTS | BLANCO COUNTY | TEXAS
The property has been cleared of cedar trees and has mature live oaks and post oaks. There is a cleared pasture, perfect for someone with horses or cattle to graze, and a seasonal creek that runs through the middle of the land. There is an abundance of wildlife that includes whitetail deer, wild turkey, and dove. The property has a stone gated entry with a newly improved paved road. Additional acreage and tracts are available for sale. Ag. exempt. Please visit our website for additional pictures and additional tracts available for sale.
HILL COUNTRY OASIS
3 TRACTS | KENDALL COUNTY | TEXAS
This Hill Country oasis has the perfect mix of large mature oak trees and pasture land. There are five ponds on the property that stay full year-round along with two seasonal creeks that run through the property. There are amazing views of rolling hills in all directions. Cedar trees have been cleared from the ranch and the property has full road frontage on two sides. Owner has additional parcels available for sale. Ag. exempt. Please visit our website for additional pictures and land layout.
ESCONDIDA HORSE RANCH
This recently remodeled home is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath with a large game room. The property has beautiful manicured oak trees. There are exterior rock walls and patios, granite counter tops, new appliances, upgraded sprinkler systems, and a pool with new pump and filter system. Other features include a horse facilities with an arena, 10-plus acres of pipe-fencing for horses to graze, and a barndominium with horse stables and tack room. The additional foreman’s house is three-bedroom, three-bath. There is a gated stone entry with a paved private drive!
Ag. exempt. Additional raw land available.
THE 17,132± ACRE RANCHO AGUA GRANDE, LOCATED 25 MILES NORTHWEST OF UVALDE WHERE SOUTH TEXAS, WEST TEXAS AND THE HILL COUNTRY MEET, IS ONE OF LARGEST LIVE WATER RANCHES FOR SALE IN TEXAS.Read More
El Oso River Ranch
1,711± Acres | Mason County | Property ID: 2616611 | $6,758,450
This fine working/hunting ranch lies on the north banks of the Llano River, smack dab in the big middle of the bluffs which dominate that prized stretch of river west of Mason. Good improvements and infrastructure are turnkey, and a fascinating, exotic spring creek winds its way through one of the most stunningly beautiful canyons known to the area. Monster views, wildlife galore, good cover of oak/mesquite and secluded but accessible location yield a legacy-type offering, priced to sell.
Dunners Mountain Ranch
3,160± Acres | Kendall County | Property ID: 2705323 | $17,222,000
One of the largest remaining contiguous tracts of land in rapidly-growing Kendall County, this legacy ranch has been in the same family for generations, and is rugged, wild, pristine and oozing with character and history. Dunners Mountain looms over the West Sister Creek valley like a sentinel, offering dramatic vistas and scenery of the highest order. Fertile, level fields of grass flanked by heritage oaks, pecans and elms dominate the lush bottoms, while soaring ridges seem to touch the sky above, cloaking huge lake sites in untouched canyons below.
Pedernales Grotto Ranch
94± Acres | Blanco County | Property ID: 3109226 | $1,645,000
End of road privacy with over 2,000 feet of Pedernales River plus an awesome spring creek are features of this fresh gem, which includes stunning cliff overviews of the water, much of which is swimmable-deep. With minimal intrusion from neighbors, multiple river view homesites await, and tillable soil with a nice native pecan grove greets one upon arrival to the site. A good metal barn with living quarters and 100 GPM water well serve basic needs, and the area is known for extensive artifact sites. An all-weather road accesses the river, otherwise unimproved.
Rio vista Ranch
187± Acres | Blanco County | Property ID: 2819433 | $3,272,500
This new gem includes over one mile of river frontage on only 187 acres, one of the most favorable waterfront/acre ratios we’ve seen in quite some time. The land is manicured, cedar-free with scattered groups of oaks, and nice, large cypress and pecan along the river. A 15 MPH granite gravel road follows the entire river frontage along its length, with every bit of frontage being easily accessible by vehicle and foot. This land fronts on pavement and offers multiple homesites with clear water views and sounds, absolutely delightful!
The Orchards at Mason
312± Acres | Mason County | $5,500,000
One of the most fantastic Llano River ranches of all is now offered for sale, with manicured, irrigated pastures, beautiful resort-quality homes, landscaped accessible river frontage beyond compare and solid water rights. This property is easy to look at, with Hill Country features abound, including massive views to the painted cliffs on the Llano upstream, and gorgeous panoramas of the massive mountains to the south. If you seek lots of power in a tiny package, this cannot be surpassed.
Llano River Jewel
51.45± Acres | Mason County | Property ID: 3356801 | $1,350,000
If you seek the beauty and scenery of Mason County, on the strongest and prettiest river in the Texas Hill Country, only 30 minutes from sizzling Fredericksburg, read on. Llano River Jewel includes a comfortable, stylish ranch home within earshot and view of the fabled river, on landscaped, manicured grounds with easy river access, nice metal barn, working pens and ranch water system. Native rangeland offers habitat to deer, turkey and songbirds, with a high point having distant views to the south.
Redstone Oaks Ranch
249± Acres | Gillespie County | Property ID: 3310776 | $1,979,550
This awesome tract of exquisite, rolling, oak-covered countryside sits on quiet RR 2721, only a few miles north of the sizzling US 290 wine corridor, yet is a world away overlooking the eastern end of said corridor with wonderful view homesites. A seasonal spring-fed creek has a pond that can enlarged, and another larger pond site rests on the beautiful wooded draw that bisects the parcel. There is direct access to US 290 from Klein Road at the LBJ Park, as well as long frontage on RR 2721. All of half.
Surging Springs Ranch
744.44± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 3313969 | $3,536,090
This sweet spot includes a large, gushing spring with nice lake site that was the site of one of the last fatal Indian raids in Texas that is described in the History of Harper, and the walnut tree mentioned in the story still stands. The hard-flowing creek stays on property for about one-third mile, and features a gorgeous riparian bottom loaded with lazy pecan/walnut/oak. A nice stone three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bath home overlooks the creek bottom, and includes one of the nicer entertaining patios we’ve seen. A super nice, insulated barn rounds out the headquarters, which is nestled in a secluded bowl, overlooked by towering peaks with distant views.
EL RANCHO CIMA
2,523± ACRES | HAYS AND COMAL COUNTIES | TEXAS
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In the heart of the Texas Hill Country, along the edge of the Edwards Plateau, sits the historical El Rancho Cima.
This property boasts the iconic Devil’s Backbone ridgeline and pristine, deep water frontage along both sides of the Blanco River. The beauty of this area has captured the hearts of all who have passed through it. The Devil’s Backbone and 12 additional mesas on the ranch provide vantage points for unmatched, panoramic views of the Blanco River Valley. For the past 63 years, the Boy Scouts of America have been stewards of this 2,523-acre ranch, not only preserving and enriching its features but using the property to instill the values of character and land stewardship.
ADDITIONAL FEATURED PROPERTIES
3,817± Acres | Scurry County | Property ID: 3015155 | $20,449,000
Minerals & Production Convey | Wind Conveys | Dermott Wind | Ennis Creek | Perennial | Historic Home | High Fence | Managed 15 Years
The historic Johnson ranch is a rare property offering year-round recreational opportunities, a working cattle ranch and farm, as well as an income producing investment. The property encompasses rolling hills, rocky canyons, grassland, cropland and cottonwood, all high-fenced and perfect for wildlife habitat. The ranch also contains excellent live-water characteristics, including perennial streams, various water wells, swimming holes and is situated on the banks of Ennis Creek, running along the Southern half of the property.
Chrystal Falls Ranch
4,000± Acres | Stephens and Young Counties | Property ID: 2638551 | $10,380,000
Chrystal Falls Ranch is approximately 4,000 acres located in Stephens and Young Counties, Texas. Two contiguous sections are divided by FM 283: The northern portion consists of 3,500 acres under high game fence and intensive wildlife management and the 500-acre southern portion of the ranch with over a mile of river frontage along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River, with the majority of the improvements including hunting lodge, ranch manager’s house, livestock facilities and barns. The custom-built, two-story lodge overlooks the Clear Fork of the Brazos River and features 10 bedrooms and seven bathrooms. The ranch-style manager’s house is a five-bedroom with livestock facilities. Scattered throughout the property are 15-plus ponds with the largest one being roughly two-and-a-half acres. Along with the Clear Fork of the Brazos, there are several other wet and dry weather creeks. Native wildlife of whitetail deer, hogs, turkey, dove, ducks and varmints inhabit the ranch, which is also stocked with axis deer and blackbuck antelope. Waterfowl hunting is known to be good on the larger ponds and dove hunting is excellent around ponds and the large food plots and open fields. All stands, deer feeders, and hunting vehicles come included with the sale. Currently the ranch is leased for cattle grazing.
1,022± Acres | Franklin County | Property ID: 3212914 | $6,750,000
Selah Ranch, a breathtaking resort, is conveniently located less than two hours from Dallas. Situated on 1,022 acres of woodlands, lakes, and trails, this retreat is one of the best places in Texas to observe wildlife and the perfect spot for a corporate retreat. Selah features an 11,000-square-foot traditional stone main lodge and three guest cottages. Enjoy fishing for largemouth bass, channel catfish, and crappie. The ranch also features two John Houck designed championship 18-hole disc golf courses.
Old Glory Ranch
5,968± Acres | Stonewall County | $8,325,360
Old Glory is a well-managed ranch that has been high-fenced with extensive wildlife and range management being conducted for a number of years. The range conditions are in good shape and the owners are in the process of improving the pastures through an extensive NRCS program. The high-fence across the property is in good shape and has been well-maintained. There are beautiful views of plateaus, mesas, and draws in every direction. The sheer beauty of the ranch and countryside is simply breathtaking.
415± Acres | Van Zandt County | Property ID: 3392454 | $2,800,000
The Lakehurst Ranch is among the finest estate properties in East Texas. 65 miles from Downtown Dallas, this beautiful 415-acre gentleman’s ranch boasts an opulent 7,231-square-foot main home with the finest appointments. Also includes caretaker’s home, two barns, expansive pipe and cross-fencing, 20-plus acre lake with boat house and 10 ponds. This highly improved and luxurious property is a rare offering for those seeking a recreational ranch retreat of the highest quality.
Bar S Ranch
1,785± Acres | Red River County | Property ID: 3009668 | $3,840,000
The Bar S Ranch is located three miles south of Annona, Texas and just one hour east of Texarkana. Breathtaking views, improved pastures and abundant native hardwoods and pines compliment this beautiful ranch. The topography is rolling with native grasses and wooded areas equally distributed throughout the ranch. There are nine stock ponds, seasonal creeks, and wetland areas that provide excellent duck hunting opportunities and surface water for livestock. White Oak Creek flows through this property, holding water year-round.
Double Dime South Ranch
4,820± Acres | Zavala and Maverick Counties | Property ID: 3137013
This is the southern portion of the famous and well-respected Double Dime hunting ranch, purchased in 1999. The headquarters features a main house overlooking a scenic eight± acre lake, accompanied by two guest houses, horse barns and paddocks, indoor arena, hangar, and paved airstrip, high/low-skeet range and two sets of cattle pens. Water includes two large lakes, 12 tanks and 12 water wells, providing water every 175 acres. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Mula Creek Ranch
2,181± Acres | Maverick County | Property ID: 3382064
Opportunity to own a low-fence, free-range hunting ranch in truly wild and untamed country with incredible water present. Maverick County is renown for producing large free-range deer and abundant native wildlife. Mula Creek provides drainage through the ranch and feeds several tanks, providing potential for a large lake. Three water wells; one Carrizo well pumps 200–300 GPM plus there is a six-inch pipe that runs through the ranch. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
La Corona Ranch
2,721± Acres | Dimmit and La Salle Counties | Property ID: 2574738
This exceptional ranch in the Golden Triangle offers a turnkey property that has it all. Aptly named La Corona, this red dirt ranch is well-watered, has diverse brush habitat and immaculate, extensive improvements. Impressive main home with pool, high-fenced, numerous barns, state-of-the-art deer facility, guest house, original lodge, pavilion, staff accommodations, and blinds and feeders. The ranch has a MLDP Level III with wildlife of whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, quail and dove. 13 earthen tanks invite large-mouth bass fishing! Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Elm Creek Ranch
1,800± Acres | Frio County | Property ID: 3119625
A rare opportunity to own a ranch located in desirable area that has been family owned since 1978. Two Carrizo irrigation water wells, Elm Creek and diverse brush make this an attractive offering. The headquarters are set on a hill overlooking the entire ranch and include a main home with pool, guesthouse, bunkhouse, cleaning shed/barn, walk-in cooler and high/low-skeet ranch. There are also several barns, kennels and bird barn. Both native and exotic wildlife are present. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Circle V Ranch
700± Acres in Dimmit County | Property ID: 2847087
In the heart of big deer country, this partially low-fenced ranch offers great native hunting. Terrain ranges from rolling sandy hills to low brush bottomland, with a highlight of a one± acre tank and attractive improvements including a home, pool, game cleaning station, equipment barn, walk-in cooler, smoke house and lighted rifle range. Excellent quail habitat plus whitetail deer, turkey, dove, javelina, hogs and others. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
445± Acres | Atascosa and Wilson Counties | Property ID: 2088117
This is a beautiful ranch only 35± miles from San Antonio that offers hunting, farming, and ranch all at one time. Abundant wildlife plus great cover with huge oaks trees and scattered mesquites. 160± acres is an open field near a Carrizo well for irrigation potential. Two county roads access plus a good interior road system. Choice building sites with electricity and water wells for future improvements. Minerals negotiable. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Gran Acres Ranch
401± Acres | Dimmit County | Property ID: 3392855
This ideal-size, high-fence hunting property is set up and ready-to-go! Featured are a nice home with pool, guest cabin, barn, walk-in cooler, deer cleaning station and two storage bins. There is one Carrizo water well, one± acre stock tank, small pond plus ample treated water to supply the creek drainage. Home to whitetail, turkey, quail, dove, javelina, and others. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Buckhorn Creek Ranch
702± Acres | Frio County | Property ID: 2988989
Perfect-sized hunting ranch located in highly desirable Frio County. This ranch offers good low-fenced, free-range hunting for a complete range of native wildlife including whitetail, quail, turkey, and dove. Good brush diversity, large trees, rolling hills, and creek bottom areas add diversity to the land. Owned and operated by the same family since 1972. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Lagarto Valley Ranch
2,097± Acres | Live Oak and Jim Wells Counties | Property ID: 2505595
Owned and operated by the same family for 50-plus years, this beautiful rolling terrain offers a great, low-fenced opportunity. There are two water wells with seven± miles of underground piping to eight troughs and two ponds. Improvements include one set of cattle pens and scenic coastal pastures sculpted into the 60 percent native diverse brush. Selectively cleared senderos offer opportunity to view whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, dove, quail, and hogs. Minerals. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Arroyo Blanco Ranch
4,571± Acres | Zapata County | Property ID: 2936650
Diverse terrain supports abundant native wildlife with its habitat of diverse brush. The land has a mixture of rolling hills with long-distance views, creek bottoms with large brush, and sandy mott country great for quail hunting. It is adequately watered for both wildlife and cattle with 17 troughs and nine tanks. Ready for improvements of choice with municipal water and electricity in place plus perimeter fencing and two sets of cattle working pens. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Blue Hills Ranch
20,944± Acres | Val Verde County | Property ID: 2614059
An ideal investment for a large acreage hunting and/or cattle ranch. Breathtaking and scenic terrain varies from gentle rolling hills to large dramatic canyons and seasonal creek drainages that provide excellent habitat for wildlife. The ranch offers great hunting opportunities and has several water wells piped to troughs to support cattle and wildlife. 11± miles of paved frontage along FM 1024 provides easy access. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
1,200± Acres | Uvalde County | Property ID: 2477134
This truly scenic property has 1,200± feet of the flowing Frio River, one of the largest ranches for sale in the scenic Frio River Canyon. Year-round activities and adventures include hunting to fishing to swimming and water activities. There are three charming small homes and perimeter-fencing/cross-fencing. Abundant native wildlife includes whitetail, axis, aoudad, turkey, javelina, and hogs plus the Frio River offers bass and cat fishing. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
1,832± Acres | Kinney County | Property ID: 2016559
Here is a rare opportunity to own the South Texas Brush Country outside of the Eagle Ford Shale that has been owned and operated by the same family since 1906. Diverse brush has large oak trees present throughout and supports native whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, and dove. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
South Spofford Pastures
952± Acres | Kinney County | Property ID: 2683777
Offered is the south pasture of the Conoly Ranch, low-fenced land with water troughs and water lines plus one tank. Diverse brush, scattered with large oak trees, provides habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, javelina, hogs, quail, and dove. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
150± Acres | Kendall County | Property ID: 3382092
The Bailey Ranch has been in the same family since the early 1940s and has a combination of breathtaking views, live water North Creek, and a prime location near Comfort, Fredericksburg, or Boerne. Recreational activities include hunting, fishing, hiking/exploring, and relaxing outdoors while enjoying the big views. Selectively cleared cedar allowed native grasses to grow and oaks trees to be highlighted. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Bain Cave Ranch
150± Acres | Comal County | Property ID: 3271756
This scenic ranch is minutes from metro San Antonio, yet you feel like you’re in the middle of a natural paradise, with Honey Creek State Natural area as a neighbor. Unique home is oriented to the breathtaking views from the pool and terrace plus there is a nice guest/staff home. One pond, one water well. Come home to hunt, hike, search for arrowheads, or relax by the pool while enjoying the Hill Country views. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Purgatory Creek Ranch
1,425± Acres | Hays and Comal Counties | Property ID: 3228112
This is a beautiful Hill Country ranch with abundant agricultural and recreational opportunities along with development potential. This diverse property has Purgatory Creek bottomland, high points with long distance views, and open fields of native grasses with highlighted large hardwood trees. Improvements include four water wells and one barn. Abundant native whitetail deer, turkey, dove, quail, and wild pigs. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Whiskey Springs Ranch
700± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 3090691
Spectacular acreage is at the heart of Kerrville’s main corridor fronting on I-10 and HWY 16. Prime development potential or personal ranch with great views, vistas, canyons, and meadows. Perimeter high-fencing in place, with ag. exemption. Just east of Kerrville and only 30 minutes north of Boerne. Robert Dullnig and Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
1,150± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 3451619
This attractive ranch is an easy drive from San Antonio and offers land for cattle, recreation, or hunting with long distance views. It features large oaks, fields selectively cleared of cedar with native grasses, creek bottoms, and habitat for whitetail deer, turkey, dove, pigs, and others. In place is electricity and two water wells with windmills, awaiting improvements of choice. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Broken Spur Ranch
775± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 2862613
This renown high fence ranch includes multiple awards for TGR Ranch of the Year, Outfitter of the Year, as well as trophy whitetail awards including #1 Big Buck contest entries 2012–2014. The amazing wildlife is all inclusive, with an exquisite lodge with paradise pool and hot tub. Five water wells, 11 tanks/ponds, barn, cleaning facilities, kennels, blinds, feeders and ranch vehicles. This spectacular ranch is ready for recreational enjoyment on all levels! Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
648± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 2838216
Here is a desirable turnkey ranch that captures exciting views from its
hilltop location. An attractive main home, complemented by a guest cabin, includes all furnishings plus the ranch improvements including blinds, feeders, and hunting trucks. The ranch is located just outside Junction and is convenient to the town of Kerrville as well. Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
Medina River Ranch
101± Acres | Bexar County | Property ID: 3157549
A desirable river property is only 16± miles south of downtown San Antonio. There are over 1.2± miles of cypress-lined Medina River frontage plus a home, barns, grain silos, cattle pens, and perimeter low fence. The water attracts abundant native wildlife but also is ideal for grazing
livestock and has areas that can be farmed. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
6,300± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 3451921
An opportunity to own a large portion of the historic Y.O. Ranch! The rolling hills and rock limestone peaks are studded with live oak, post oak, cedar, and mesquite trees. Aoudad Hill provides strong views across four counties. The gentle, open pastureland is covered with native grasses. Robert Dullnig, (210) 213–9700.
Comanche Ridge Ranch
776± Acres | Blanco County | Property ID: 3385258
An exceptional, breathtaking site offers excellent privacy, but is minutes from Horseshoe Bay Resort off a convenient paved road. Picturesque rolling ranchland has excellent native tree and brush coverage providing an ideal habitat for wildlife, supporting wild turkey and whitetail deer with trophy bucks. There is a hunter’s cabin with all utilities and RV hookups, plus several impressive hilltops with spectacular long-range views that invite improvements of choice. Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
Old Real Ranch
145± Acres | Kerr County | Property ID: 2972757
Beautiful rolling landscape, flowing West Creek, ponds, and great pastures make this Hill County ranch exquisite! The Real family was once the largest landowner in the county. This land is ideal for livestock, recreation, and hunting, while also offering sites for potential lakes. Besides a handsome custom home, there is the original 1860s homestead, outbuildings, and shearing barn. Marc Sherron, (830) 739–0919.
BIG SALINE CREEK RANCH
413± ACRES | KIMBLE COUNTY | TEXAS
PROPERTY ID: 3223599 | $1,795,000
Enjoy the splendor of Big Saline Creek Ranch in Kimble County! This ranch is a rare find, comprised of 1,150± feet of both sides of clear flowing Big Saline Creek, multiple hilltops with long-range views, and beautiful picturesque valleys below. Elevations range from a high of 2,032± feet above sea level to a low of 1,825± feet above sea level. Clear flowing springs along the creek provide an oasis among beautiful pecan trees, and several springs are located in Brewer Hollow southwest of the main house. A concrete and rock barn built in the 1930s lends character to the ranch. A set of cattle pens is included, and a nice large field is perfect for horses or livestock. The cedar has been selectively removed in many areas and a wide array of mature hardwoods remain, including live oak, blue lacy oak and black walnut. The ranch has good boundary and interior fencing, and is well supplied with water from the creek, springs, a submersible well, a solar submersible well, a holding tank, a large concrete pila, and numerous troughs.
ADDITIONAL FEATURED PROPERTIES
The top-of-the-line improvements, including six homes, were designed to enhance the experience. Secure, electric entrances from Highway 783 and Fielder Road provide easy access to the high-fenced ranch, which features paved roads throughout. The extensive public road frontage enhances the property’s investment value even more by providing an opportunity for sub-division in the future. The land, which includes both native range and improved coastal Bermuda patches for hay production, has been managed to support a genetically improved white-tailed herd as well top-notch registered Charolais cattle. The deer herd, which has produced bucks measuring 160–170, has benefited from a year-round feeding program. Superlative habitat management has ensured the presence of a host of other native Hill Country species ranging from turkey and bobcat to the occasional mountain lion. Crystalline water is plentiful in the Kline Branch and Stevens creeks, which converge near the main house, creating a large dammed lake. (Premier dam builder Edmond Jenschke has constructed several dams on the property.) The co-joined creeks leave the lake flowing as one large stream, which is fed by a strong, year-round spring. The creeks flow inside the ranch for miles providing an exceptional amount of frontage. In addition, there are three Trinity Aquifer water wells and five Edwards Aquifer water wells situated throughout the ranch. No expense has been spared to create and maintain this ultimate Hill Country destination. Throughout the 8,000± square-foot main residence, unique touches abound, including: the great room’s soaring 30-foot ceiling, a huge deck overlooking the lake, custom-made chandeliers, ironwork and fireplaces, and the “Wild West” grandchildren’s suite. The immaculately landscaped headquarters compound also includes a nearby guest house and a state-of-the-art equestrian barn complete with turnout paddocks and horse-safe fencing. Family and friends can also be housed at the Ranch House, a brand new 6,000-foot ranch-style house with all the latest amenities. Then, there is the pool house, located in a beautifully landscaped, park-like clearing that boasts sprinkler and lighting systems, and provides direct access to the uniquely built, natural, rock-bottom swimming pool. The Original Ranch Headquarters House and its accompanying barn have been refurbished to exacting standards of modern taste and luxury. To keep the fun going, the owners have repurposed an old rock home into an air-conditioned “party palace” showcasing a huge bar and entertaining area. If the celebration needs to move outside, the Lookout Pavilion, which provides a perfect view of the sun setting behind the hills is available. In addition, there are two homes suitable for a foreman and staff as well as an expansive new barn featuring an office, a bunk room, bath room and completely outfitted workout center as well as space for storing equipment. All ranch equipment will convey with the sale. The Brown Ranch offers the rare combination of proximity and privacy with all the amenities of a dream destination. It is a chance to live life at the pinnacle. To see the Brown Ranch for yourself,
call James Ahern Jr. at (210) 827-0505.
Evans Creek Ranch
335± Acres | Bandera County | Property ID: 1547552 | Price: $2,250,000
Evans Creek Ranch is located in the Texas Hill Country about 18 miles west of the town of Medina, just off scenic Highway 337, not far from Lost Maples State Park, in Bandera County. The prime feature of this property is the lake formed by a dam across Evans creek and lined with huge cypress trees. This lake is over a quarter of a mile long and is as deep as 25 feet. It is stocked with bass and catfish and has a floating dock to fish and swim from. We are just finishing clearing some cedar on the far side of the lake to enhance the park-look of the lake area and to develop an alternate home site in case the new owner wants to build a new lakeside home or cabin. The views of both the lake and the surrounding hills are just awesome from this site. Another great feature is a rambling ranch house that is decorated in the Ralph Lauren-style (cowboys, Indians, elk antler and wagon-wheel chandeliers, steer hide rugs, and wood-plank ceilings) and has a long screened in sleeping porch as well as four bedrooms and two baths. Most of the furnishings, including lots of great antiques, will be available for sale individually or as a package deal. Adjacent to the house is an old ceramic block barn with a huge high-fenced, irrigated garden that is planted in everything from roses to cactus to peach trees. Other out-buildings include a three-car garage with attached utility room and attached shop as well as a small equipment barn and a hunters cabin. The terrain is diverse and includes about 65 acres of flat fertile land as well as canyons, bluffs, and mountain tops. This ranch would make a great weekend retreat with lots of activities including hunting, fishing, swimming, boating, and hiking. It would also make a great horse place or specialty farm (olives/lavender/wine grapes). Contact Jim Ahern at (210) 410-2170.
450 Acres on Seco Creek
450± Acres | Medina County | Property ID: 3235257 | $6,000 per acre
The perfect cattle and hunting ranch on Seco Creek! 50 percent minerals.
Colorado River Ranch
891± Acres | McCulloch County | Property ID: 1181517 | $3,738,000
10 minutes from Brady. Colorado River frontage and Home Creek running through it.
Big Mountain Ranch
928± Acres | Pecos County | Property ID: 2850079 | $1,200 per acre
Own your own mountain! Great hunting for mule deer, elk, whitetail aoudad sheep, and blue quail.
North Llano River Ranch
793± Acres | Kimble County | Property ID: 920404 | $2,995,000
Seven miles west of Junction. 200± acres river bottom, 600± acres mountain country.
Seco Creek Ranch
347± Acres | Medina County | Property ID: 3238001 | $5,000 per acre
Ideal hunting and cattle ranch south of Hondo on Seco Creek. Huge live oaks, great native brush cover and two tanks. Call or email for more information. 50 percent minerals.
WOLF SPRINGS RANCH
55,486± ACRES | HUERFANO & CUSTER COUNTIES | WESTCLIFFE, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 1779644 | $54,700,000
SIDNEY PEAK RANCH
1,500± ACRES | ROUTT COUNTY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 3275807 | $649,000
Sidney Peak Ranch is a gated shared-amenity ranch in the sought-after valley floor just south of Steamboat Springs. Central water, miles of groomed equestrian/hiking/biking trails, paved roads, and a comfortable two-bedroom bunkhouse are part of the amenities shared by 32 owners. Only seven miles from the slopes. Christy Belton, 970.734.7885, Christy@RMABrokers.com.
TAYLOR CANYON RANCH
133± ACRES | ROUTT COUNTY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 3275853 | $2,449,000
Taylor Canyon Ranch, located 14 paved miles north of Steamboat Springs in the coveted Elk River Valley, consists of 133 acres bordering the Routt National Forest. The meticulously maintained improvements include a home built in 1986 overlooking the valley, a rustic cabin, a historic barn and a small lean-to for horses. Christy Belton, 970.734.7885, Christy@RMABrokers.com.
MYSTIC HILL RANCH
1,300± ACRES | ROUTT COUNTY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 3275761 | $7,800,000
Mystic Hill Ranch is the epitome of a dream-ranch in the Colorado Rockies—end of the road privacy, live water, snow-capped Continental Divide views, and a custom log home. Featuring water rights, ponds, irrigated meadows, springs, diverse terrain and some minerals, the ranch is extremely private and a haven for big game. Christy Belton, 970.734.7885, Christy@RMABrokers.com.
DEEP CREEK RANCH
3,884± ACRES | ROUTT COUNTY
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 2638544 | $16,500,000
Offered for sale for the first time in 40 years, the Deep Creek Ranch in the scenic Elk River Valley north of Steamboat Springs is diverse with open grassland and alfalfa fields at the southern end of the ranch, irrigated meadows along the easily accessible county road and upland grazing at the northern part of the ranch. Christy Belton, 970.734.7885, Christy@RMABrokers.com.
C LAZY J RANCH
1,058± ACRES | CARBON COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 2638283 | $2,850,000
This working cattle ranch consists of three blocks of deeded land plus state and federal grazing permits. The headquarters area, featuring Savery Creek, consists of about 180 acres in a park-like setting and is the site of the home, equipment sheds, shop/apartment and hay meadows. A pond winds from the house toward Savery Creek. Ron Morris, 970.535.0881, Ron@RMABrokers.com.
GYPSUM CREEK RANCH
65.05± ACRES | EAGLE COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 3276094 | $5,200,000
The Gypsum Creek Ranch boasts a 4,154-square-foot, completely self-sufficient custom home in the Vail Valley. The home and elaborate equestrian facilities are tucked into the White River National Forest just minutes from the Eagle/Vail airport. A quaint yurt sits in a pine grove overlooking a cascading creek. Jack Kavanaugh, 303.909.1706, Jack@RMABrokers.com.
PAINT ROCK CREEK RANCH
160± ACRES | BIG HORN COUNTY
TEN SLEEP, WYOMING
PROPERTY ID: 3276002 | $1,250,000
This fly-fishing gem lies in the shadow of the Big Horn Mountains and the Cloud Peak Wilderness Area. Paint Rock Creek, which is a major tributary of the Big Horn River, flows through the ranch for nearly a mile-and-a-half. There is excellent hunting on the ranch for upland game birds, water fowl, whitetail and mule deer. Jack Kavanaugh, 303.909.1706, Jack@RMABrokers.com.
ARKANSAS RIVER VALLEY RANCH
2,868± ACRES | CROWLEY COUNTY
OLNEY SPRINGS, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 2564230 | $5,500,000
This is an exceptional ranch property that combines outstanding wildlife opportunities for the avid sportsman with excellent natural resources for farming and ranching. This beautiful and diverse land borders the famous Arkansas River for over seven miles, with irrigated farmland, and grazing pastures. Duane Daskam, 719.942.3734, Duane@RMABrokers.com.
VISTA RIDGE ESTATE
19.25± ACRES | JEFFERSON COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 3276043 | $6,800,000
Absolute privacy with amazing views and bordered on two sides by national forest, with all the conveniences of nearby Denver. Impeccable architecture and craftsmanship utilizing reclaimed timbers and dimensional wood, hand cut moss rock imported from Montana, and hand-forged custom ironwork throughout. Ron Morris, 970.535.0881, Ron@RMABrokers.com.
SIERRA MADRE RANCH
320± ACRES | CARBON COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 3060969 | $3,500,000
Just inside the Medicine Bow National Forest, this ranch is bordered on two sides by national forest and the other two sides by BLM lands. The property includes abundant water, various terrain, and winter range for many species of wildlife. There is excellent fishing in the nearby Encampment River.
Ron Morris, 970.535.0881, Ron@RMABrokers.com.
VALLEY PARK RANCH
1,200± ACRES | TELLER COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 2677471 | PRICE: $7,995,000
Just under 1,200 acres with grand views of the nearby Pikes Peak, this convenient yet private ranch retreat is within one hour of Colorado Springs. A restored ranch house and guest cabin provide comfortable living and the ranch’s spectacular four-season scenery can be explored on horseback, foot or mountain bike. Ron Morris, 970.535.0881, Ron@RMABrokers.com.
SAN MIGUEL CREEK RANCH
7,820± ACRES | LAS ANIMAS COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 3014043 | $4,700,000
A scenic, well-balanced cattle and trophy hunting ranch that showcases the best of Southern Colorado. It encompasses 7,820 total acres with abundant water and is fenced into seven pastures. Carrying capacity of around 175 cow/calf pairs year-round. The owner’s residence has amazing views. There are two other homes on the ranch. Duane Daskam, 719.942.3734, Duane@RMABrokers.com.
530± ACRES | GARFIELD COUNTY
GLENWOOD SPRINGS, COLORADO
PROPERTY ID: 2329013 | $23,000,000
530 acres of private river frontage, ponds, meadows, and contemporary home protected by steep granite cliffs that rise up to the Flat Tops Wilderness in western Colorado. Two miles of Canyon Creek flow through the ranch providing excellent fishing and abundant water rights for nine ponds and generous irrigation. Billy Long, 970.948.1333, Billy@RMABrokers.com
580± ACRES | CUSTER COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 2510334 | $2,900,000
Hillside Ranch is located in the pristine Wet Mountain Valley near the small community of Hillside, Colorado, and just nine miles from the scenic mountain town of Westcliffe. This high-quality executive ranch features outstanding 360-degree views ranging from 14,000-foot peaks to open pastures, foothills and meadows. Ron Morris, 970.535.0881 or Duane Daskam, 719.942.3734.
414.28± ACRES | DOUGLAS COUNTY
PROPERTY ID: 3276073 | $10,000,000
Bordering Highlands Ranch Backcountry Wilderness, just three miles north of Sedalia. Cotterel Farms features gently rolling terrain at an elevation of 5,835 feet, with frontage on US Highway 85. High-quality 18-stall modern horse barn with two 1,952-square-foot caretaker houses, previously used as a polo horse training area. Ron Morris, 970.535.0881, Ron@RMABrokers.com.
NORTH PLATTE RIVER VALLEY RANCH
8,414± ACRES | GOSHEN COUNTY
FORT LARAMIE, WYOMING
PROPERTY ID: 2833841 | PRICE: $5,200,000
Five miles west of the historic settlement of Fort Laramie, these 7,254 deeded acres with 1,160 BLM and state leased acres have one-and-a-half miles of frontage on the North Platte River and modest improvements. The ranch provides excellent livestock grazing and has been owner operated running 350 cow/calf pair or 600 yearlings. Ron Morris, 970.535.0881, Ron@RMABrokers.com.
2,240± ACRES | SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY | CALIFORNIA | PROPERTY ID: 3068446 | $10,000,000
A rare find! 2,240 acres of land in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo County only 3.5 miles from the ocean; some areas with views of Morro Rock and the blue water bay. Rolling grass-covered hills with oaks, sycamores, bay, pepperwood. 60± acres of Class 2 soil. Multiple highly productive springs and domestic well. Small older home, two barns, shop and corrals. Runs up to 200 pair year-round. Fenced and cross-fenced. Good hunting for deer, turkey, quail. Forest service permit. Development possibilities.
CALIFORNIA OUTDOOR PROPERTIES
Todd Renfrew | Todd@CAOutdoorProperties.com | (707) 455-4444
OLD ELK PARK RANCH
548± ACRES | LARIMER COUNTY | COLORADO | $6,489,000
At the Old Elk Park Ranch you will find limitless views of the surrounding mountains, open pastures full of wildlife and abundant water. Rich in history, this area is known for its inspiring ranching pastime. You will find some of the best hiking, horseback riding and big game hunting.
Zack Wiese | Zack@HaydenOutdoors.com | (970) 889-3142
SOUTHERN CATTLE COMPANY
8,991± ACRES | JACKSON COUNTY | FLORIDA | $55,000,000
Southern Cattle Company is one of the finest Cattle Ranch Operations in the South featuring one of the most researched and respected cattle herds in the Country. With highly desirable genetics, outstanding water and some of the finest farming lands in the Southeast!
JON KOHLER & ASSOCIATES
Jon Kohler | Jon@JonKohler.com | (850) 508-2999
GOVERNOR BOND LAKE
12± ACRES | BOND COUNTY | ILLINOIS | $998,000
Your escape begins at the Trails End. This is your family retreat or year-round home nestled in the middle of 12 acres of private woods. Leave the stress behind! Your secluded, end-of-the-road lakefront property offers gorgeous views of 775-acre Governor Bond Lake at the deepest and most desirable part of the lake. It is a truly unique piece of nature, offering towering trees, gentle hills and ravines, rolling grass areas, and over 1,500 feet of shoreline—a recreational paradise. Enjoy the outdoors exploring the woods, climbing trees, spending time with kids in the playhouse, and of course boating, skiing, and fishing. At the end of the day, unwind in your sauna on the lake. And in the winter, do not miss your opportunity for the exhilarating Polar Bear Plunge!
TARRANT & HARMAN
Travis Tarrant | Travis@TarrantAndHarman.com | (618) 974-9259
2± ACRES | SCHOOLCRAFT COUNTY | MICHIGAN | $990,000
Upper Michigan Executive Retreat with frontage on two lakes for sale! This property is located on Deep Lake and Corner Lake in Inwood Township, in west-central Schoolcraft County in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula! This is the best U.P. “Secret Resort” areas.
GREAT LAKES AND LAND
Tim Keohane | TimAndLinda@GreatLakesAndLand.com | (906) 524-6288
383± ACRES | FRANKLIN COUNTY | MISSISSIPPI | $1,490,000
Treley is a turnkey recreational property offering year round family recreation opportunities, from hunting and fishing to horseback riding, hiking or entertaining in the luxurious accommodations.
SARTAIN'S HERITAGE PROPERTIES
Jacob Sartain | JSartain@SartainsHeritage.com | (662) 836-6048
WEIL FAMILY FARM
156± ACRES | FRANKLIN COUNTY | MISSOURI | $1,800,000
Absolutely beautiful Franklin county Missouri farm between Washington and Union, Missouri and only a short drive under 30 minutes from St. Louis County. Gently rolling and level 156 acres with a five-acre lake and two additional ponds plus a 3,700-square-foot 70x54 pole barn with concrete floor and a small office. The 2,032-square-foot charming and rustic 1.5 story house overlooks the main lake and sits in the middle of the farm. This outstanding farm would make the excellent weekend retreat or a full time residence. This farm would make for a picture-perfect equestrian farm or facility or great for livestock.
LIVING THE DREAM
D.W. Hindman | DWLivingTheDream@gmail.com | (314) 486-3500
MULE SHOE BAR RANCHES
22,962± ACRES | GARDEN COUNTY | NEBRASKA | $20,500,000
The Mule Shoe Bar Ranches are made up of three separate ranches all within two miles of each other and all with direct access to county roadways. Each ranch can be operated separately, or if desired, operated as one ranch. Excellent groundwater in coveted native grassland.
Mike Lashley | Mike@LashleyLand.com | (308) 530-0134
J & J FARMS
975± ACRES | STEUBEN COUNTY | NEW YORK | $4,500,000
New York land with ponds, lodge, three houses, food plots, barn, for sale: This fantastic 974.64-acre property has been meticulously designed for the ultimate hunting experience while also providing for maximum comfort and unparalleled recreation and relaxation.
Brian Bullard | BBullard@TimberlandRealty.net | (716) 962-9935
CABLE CREEK RANCH
61,497± ACRES | UMATILLA COUNTY | OREGON | $24,000,000
This deeded 34,497± acre working cattle ranch is nestled in the Blue Mountain Range of Northeast Oregon. In conjunction with the additional 27,000± acre forest service grazing allotment, the 61,497± acre operation has historically maintained 500 Mother cows, 1,500± yearlings, 300 feedlot and 450 Bred heifers annually. Bordered on two sides by National Forest, the ranch is non contiguous by design; primarily sectioned North and South by adverse elevations and climate. It's not uncommon to dry feed only 3–4 months a year. This ranch is undoubtedly affected by the warm Pacific storms that march up the Columbia River Gorge, providing a much longer growing season than most of Eastern Oregon and other areas of the country.
LAND AND WILDLIFE
Garrett Zoller or Tim O'Neil | Garrett@LandAndWildlife.com | (541) 944-8821
218 ACRES | MONTAGUE COUNTY | TEXAS | $989,000
Fishing is the focus of Blue Bonnet Farm’s wildlife component. There are three ponds; two have been stocked with both bass and catfish. One pond has a dock and a 1,200-square-foot concrete slab that is just waiting for a structure to be built on it.
NO FENCES LAND
Brandon Azuelo | Info@NoFencesLand.com | (866) 800-5263
31 WEST SHORE ROAD
1± ACRE | GRAND ISLE COUNTY | VERMONT | $695,000
This home was designed to take advantage of incredible Lake Champlain views and with 214 feet of direct lake frontage; fun and relaxation awaits you. The expansive decks offers a perfect spot to enjoy the stunning views.
Barb Trousdale | Barb@PreferredPropertiesVT.com | (802) 233-5590
BEAR WALLOW RANCH
2,600± ACRES | GLENWOOD SPRINGS | COLORADO | PROPERTY ID: 1141798 | $24,950,000
Positioned in a private valley west of Glenwood Springs, Bear Wallow Ranch is an opportunity to own one of the premier blocked-up and contiguous ranches on the Continental Divide, also bordering the White River National Forest. The ranch is ideally located in one of western Colorado’s most desirable and appealing areas, known as the Roaring Fork Valley. This 2,600± recreation and cattle ranch boasts quality improvements, end-of-the-road seclusion, a five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bath home, guest house, lodge, equipment barn, hay sheds, cattle handling facilities, senior water rights, numerous ponds, direct-private access to public land, abundant wildlife, and excellent hunting; all within an easy 15-minute drive to the Garfield County Airport. Bear Wallow Ranch offers a unique opportunity to experience ownership of western Colorado’s great treasures, along with an opportunity for personal, family and corporate recreation and enjoyment.
600± ACRES | CARBONDALE | COLORADO | PROPERTY ID: 1646348 | $24,795,000
Located four miles outside of Carbondale in the heart of Colorado’s central Rocky Mountains, Tybar Ranch is situated in the Crystal River drainage area, along Prince Creek at the foot of Mount Sopris. The ranch consists of 600± acres of irrigated hay fields and irrigated pastureland surrounded by native woodlands and shrubs that provide important seasonal and winter forage for livestock and big game. Improvements include a main home, employee housing, an equipment shop, three hay sheds, numerous corrals and two barns that include the 22,000-square-foot barn with an indoor arena. Tybar Ranch is secluded, yet close to town and includes panoramic views, features spectacular hunting, offers numerous recreational opportunities, and has extensive water rights.
LAZY CF HEADQUARTERS
320± ACRES | SOMERSET | COLORADO | PROPERTY ID: 1511287 | $3,900,000
Tucked away within the Gunnison National Forest and on the headwaters of West Muddy Creek, the Lazy CF Ranch Headquarters consists of 320 acres of mostly irrigated land, 10 spring-fed ponds, one of which supports a strong trout population, and early water rights from the Twin Spruce Ditch and 65 shares from the Ragged Mountain Water User’s Association. The ranch borders another ranch on the eastern boundary with National Forest on the remaining three sides. Lazy CF improvements include a historic four-bedroom log residence, two guest cabins, a bathhouse, large two-story barn, and a 3,000-foot grass runway. This ranch combines the authentic Old West with a sportsman’s paradise, for hunting deer, elk and bear.
ADDITIONAL FEATURED PROPERTIES
GOSHEN RIM RANCH
25,377± Acres | Goshen County, Wyoming | Property ID: 2751655 | Offered at $24,440,000
The Goshen Rim Ranch is a 25,377± deeded-acre ranch and sporting property located in western Goshen County, Wyoming southwest of Torrington and southeast of Wheatland, and on the Platte County Line. The ranch is 93 percent deeded and is further benefitted by an additional 1,440± state of Wyoming lease acres, 440± BLM lease acres, and 160± private lease acres. This is the quintessential legacy cow/calf /hunting operation. The ranch is watered by dozens of prolific year-round natural springs, developed springs, and solar wells. The dramatic panorama of the Goshen Rim rises 600–800 feet in elevation above the improvements with summer pastures on top of the rim and winter grass and protection throughout the lower elevations in heavily timbered box canyons with live water in dense riparian draws. Boxelder Creek is a spring creek that originates on the property and generates volume from multiple springs as it flows down the canyons and through the improvements, which are situated at the base of incredible canyon walls. The ranch topography is as diverse as its wildlife and offers tremendous recreation benefits for hunting elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, antelope, upland birds, turkeys, and other wildlife species. This ranch represents Wyoming’s raw, rugged beauty and is a rare opportunity to own one of the best, low-overhead cow/calf operations in the state of Wyoming. This ranch very private and is located at the end of the well-maintained county road.
DEER HAVEN RANCH
7,600± Acres in Goshen County, Wyoming • $8,360,000
The Deer Haven Ranch is a remarkable property consisting of 7,600± deeded acres, 560± state of Wyoming lease acres, and 280± BLM lease acres for a total of 8,360± contiguous acres. Located along the Goshen Rim, this ranch represents some of the best cow/calf and recreation country Wyoming has to offer, with steep, rugged canyons; tree-covered hills and valleys; gently sloping summer and winter pastures; and approximately 1,800 acres of improved summer grass formerly in CRP and improved hay meadows along the creek. The creek bottom is lined with deciduous trees creating a riparian habitat for wildlife species in addition to nourishing forage and protection for livestock.
Property ID: 2751653
CANYON SPRING RANCH
3,360± Acres in Goshen County, Wyoming • $5,000,000
The Canyon Springs Ranch is an excellent cattle operation and hunting property. It has adequate improvements and working facilities and is an ideal family-sized operation. It consists of 3,360 deeded acres, 720 acres of state of Wyoming lease, and 80 acres of BLM lease acres. There is a comfortable two-bedroom home that was built in 1988, and has various outbuildings located along Lane Canyon Spring beneath the dramatic uplift of the Goshen Rim. Lane Canyon Springs runs approximately 40–50 gallons per minute and provides year-round live water throughout the ranch. From a recreation standpoint, the elk, mule deer, and antelope hunting is phenomenal.
Property ID: 2995522
LAZY SPRINGS RANCH
255± Acres in Big Horn County, Wyoming • $1,700,000
The Lazy Springs Ranch is located at the western foothills of the Big Horn Mountains along the lush fertile valley of Beaver Creek. This year-round stream provides flood and sub-irrigation water to 80± acres of tillable fields that have raised both hay and crop. The remaining 175± acres of deeded and BLM grazing lease provide excellent habitat for livestock and wildlife. Improvements include a 4,067-square-foot home, 1,320-square-foot high bay shop, and a 3,132-square-foot barn with a recreation room, stalls, and tack spaces. The ranch is adjacent to thousands of acres of BLM and is a gateway to beautiful public lands to view from the patio of this astonishing home.
Property ID: 3156255
CANYON VIEW RANCH
17,777± Acres in Goshen County, Wyoming • $18,220,000
The Canyon View Ranch is one of the finest naturally suited year-round, self-sustaining cattle ranches in Wyoming. The entire ranch consists of 17,777± deeded acres and 880± acres of state of Wyoming lease. The ranch is sufficiently watered by many prolific natural springs, developed springs, and solar wells. This property provides excellent ranching opportunity and has historically sustained approximately 750 cow/calf pairs on native range grasses with no supplemental feed required. There are miles of protected canyons along the Goshen Rim which serve as outdoor calving barns due to the water, forage and protection in the canyon walls and pockets. Trophy wildlife abounds!
Property ID: 2751654
LITTLE ROSE RANCH
195± Acres in Park County, Wyoming • $1,875,000
The Willow Creek Ranch is nestled in the fertile South Fork Shoshone River Valley, overlooking Buffalo Bill Reservoir and the Absaroka and Carter Mountain Ranges. The ranch holds 195± deeded acres with excellent irrigated production, incorporating two fields under center pivot planted to timothy and alfalfa. Also included are a very nice set of working improvements comprised of a home, barn, shop, and corrals. This is an excellent opportunity to own a working agricultural unit in the most desired location in Cody, Wyoming.
Property ID: 3281174
COTTONWOOD CANYON RANCH
50,000± Acres in Big Horn County, Wyoming • $3,995,000
The Cottonwood Canyon Ranch is expansive, cascading from high-country meadows and timber in the Big Horn Mountains through deep canyons and well-sodded mesas to irrigated fields adjacent to the Greybull River. This legacy property encompasses nearly 50,000 acres that include Forest Service, BLM, and state of Wyoming grazing leases that compliment the 1,900± acres of deeded range and farm ground. With sufficient hay production and summer grazing, the outfit is owner-rated between 300–400 year-round cow/calf pairs. Historically qualifying for landowner tags, the property holds abundant wildlife including elk, deer, antelope, and game birds.
Property ID: 2801541
With a vertical relief of 6,000 feet, the Capitan Mountains create some of the most ecologically diverse habitats in the West. The 27,000-acre (11,563 deeded) Alligator Springs Ranch, just 45 minutes from Ruidoso, is one of the best cattle and big game ranches in Southern New Mexico. Available as a whole or in five parcels. Price: $14,245,000
Wakara Ranch, just 10 miles upstream of Meeker, Colorado, combines solid cattle production, trophy hunting, and world-class fly fishing. Easily qualifying as one of the finest all-around large ranches in Northwest Colorado, the 26,365-acre (2,364 deeded) Wakara Ranch will capture your western imagination and not let it go. Price: $10,000,000
Containing over 2,145 deeded acres and nearly 12,000 additional permitted acres, Elk Highland Ranch is a large operation capable of being a pro-table cattle producer in its own right, yet offers so much more. While cattle can be a mainstay here, hunting, fishing, and development opportunities sweeten the pot of possibilities. Price: $5,750,000
At Red Hawk Ranch, high in the West Elk Mountains near Crested Butte, Colorado, you’ll not only be away from it all, but also above it all. This 923-acre wilderness ranch for sale boasts sweeping views of the magnificent Ohio Creek Valley that will be shared only by you and the eagles. Price: $3,950,000
Straddling the Colorado and Wyoming border, the Thunder Mountain Ranch contains some of the choicest big game habitat in two states. In total, the ranch controls 7,455± acres with 3,430± deeded acres, 3,385± leased BLM acres, and 640 leased State Trust Land. Price: $6,000,000
Located at the end of the road, this remarkably private 1,720-acre refuge adjoins Grand Mesa National Forest for two-and-a-half miles, giving it a rare edge-of-the-wilderness feel, yet is readily accessible year-round to Interstate 70 and the western slope of Grand Junction. Price: $7,500,000
Located in the shadow of New Mexico’s highest peak and minutes from Angel Fire, Taos, and Red River ski resorts, American Creek Ranch may be the best situated recreational ranch in the state. Over 3,082 deeded acres of mountain forest and rolling grassland provide room for solitude, alpine views and large herds of mule deer, and elk. Price: $7,600,000
Privacy that is second to none, mountain canyons that teem with big game, several live streams, and a spectacular new home/lodge make the 4,878-acre Canada del Oso (Canyon of the Bear) Ranch, between Angel Fire and Taos, one of the premier mountain hunting properties in Northern New Mexico. Price: $9,950,000
Less than an hour drive from the world-class ski resort of Telluride, Cone Lake Ranch has many hunting and fishing opportunities. Whether it’s a 6×6 bull elk in your sights or a chrome-sided rainbow trout at the end of your line, something among the amazing array of attractions of Cone Lake Ranch is sure to please at any season of the year. Price: $2,300,000
A private retreat for wild trout and big game, Coyote Creek Ranch, near Angel Fire, New Mexico, is located adjacent to a paved highway within a hour drive of three major ski resorts. Situated at about 8,500 feet, Coyote Creek Ranch holds ponderosa pine forest and meadows in the uplands and healthy riparian habitat along Coyote Creek. Price: $4,200,000
Rugged scenery combined with trophy elk and mule deer herds makes the 6,879 deeded acre Alamocita Creek Ranch a New Mexico dream ranch for sportsmen with a special appreciation for Southwestern culture, history and landscape. $3,450,000
LK MOUNTAIN RANCH
7,100± ACRES | RIO BLANCO COUNTY | COLORADO | PROPERTY ID: 3268119
Overlooking the famed White River Valley, this 7,100-acre ranch sits in the heart of territory known for exceptional trout and exceptional big game hunting. Any hunter with an eye towards quality will find it as abundant as the trophy mule deer on LK Mountain Ranch. Price: $10,000,000
The White River near Meeker has been a closely-held secret among serious anglers for generations. Those who are privileged to own a lot here gain interest in the 2,850-acre common area, access to 25 miles of private fishing on the White River and two of its tributaries, and access to the ranch lodging and dining. Lot 30: $2,500,000 and Lot 31: $1,800,000
OLD WORLD RANCH
176± ACRES | GRAND COUNTY | COLORADO
Quality at every turn marks the 176-acre Old World Ranch, nestled in the heart of the exclusive 19,000-acre Grand River Ranch near Kremmling, Colorado. Its lodge-like 3,665-square-foot beveled log home and Old World-style barn are simply spectacular. $5,200,000
In the midst of one of the fastest-growing sections of the Rockies, the Muddy Creek Ranch remains an undisturbed refuge of pines, streams, and wildlife. Comprising 3,584 deeded acres and 4,224 total acres, This Ranch is a prime candidate for those seeking a private hunting, wildlife retreat, or ranch with excellent development potential. Price: $6,700,000
At an average elevation of 7,200 feet, the ranch is high enough to escape hot summers, but low enough to produce strong hay crops and healthy herds of cattle. Over four miles of a year-round stream with substantial water rights, Nutrias Creek, keep 7 Mares Ranch appealing to wildlife, including trophy elk and mule deer. Price: $5,950,000
The Big Cimarron River Ranch in Southwest Colorado uniquely combines wildness and comfort in a 391-acre package. Surrounded by spectacular cliffs, rock pinnacles and 12,000-foot peaks, the Big Cimarron River Ranch lies in a setting right out of a Hollywood Western. Price: $2,800,000
Only 40 minutes from Aspen lies the White Tip Ranch, a wilderness retreat in one of the nation’s premier cultural and recreational communities. You can enjoy the strains of the Aspen Symphony or a final run down Aspen Mountain and, less than an hour later, be hidden away in your personal enclave, populated only by quaking aspen and elk. Price: $2,900,000
CENTENNIAL RANCH, NESTLED IN A CANYON ALONG ONE-HALF MILE OF THE UNCOMPAHGRE RIVER IN SOUTHWESTERN COLORADO, IS MORE THAN THE ACRES IT ENCOMPASSES, THE HAYFIELDS THAT FEED THE HERD OF ANGUS AND HEREFORD CATTLE, ITS CONVENIENT LOCATION, AND ITS MAGNIFICENT BUILDINGS. CENTENNIAL RANCH IS THE RESULT OF ONE MAN’S DREAM TO PRESERVE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS; A SMALL PIECE OF THIS NATION’S RICH HERITAGE FORGED BY A STRONG WORK ETHIC, DEDICATION, FOLLOWING THE BASIC CYCLES OF LIFE, AND ADAPTING TO WHATEVER THOSE CYCLES DICTATED.Read More
HERITAGE RANCH OF THE ROCKIES
GENTLEMAN RANCHES AVAILABLE
480–2,000± ACRE PARCELS | PARK COUNTY | COLORADO
This ranch has frontage on major US Highway 285 for easy and convenient year-round access. Located less than 30 minutes to Breckenridge and just over an hour from Denver. Significant portions of the ranch adjoin the 1,000,000-acre± Pikes National Forest and Portions of the Ranch adjoin BLM Lands. Hike or ride horses from the Ranch through the National Forest to Breckenridge.
The ranch has diverse topography, tree species such as pines and aspens, rolling and sloping hills, mild foothills, meadows, rock outcroppings, pastures, grasslands, and some of the most beautiful lands in Western Colorado are represented here! Exceptional big-game hunting in trophy GMU 500.
Rarely does one find this combination of attributes: geographic location to major metropolitan city and ski resorts, paved highway frontage, year-round access, free of conservation easements, amazing views, privacy, and world-class building sites. Price: starting at $1,500,000
Exemplary Colorado mountain property. Jack’s Creek has year-round access and consists of 486 acres of prime elk and deer hunting paired with some of the best views in the Southwest. The creek is teaming with brookies and browns. There are several springs on the property that draw the wildlife to them and several of the springs offer good drinking water. There are multiple building sites from deep in the canyon, offering complete solitude, to high on the ridges where you can see for miles in all directions. A true must-see! You will be hard-pressed to find a property that rivals this one for its price. Price: $1,350,000
This old homestead borders 1,000,000 acres of the Pike National Forest. Located one hour west of Colorado Springs, Colorado with year-round county road access. This is truly an elk hunters dream come true. Land owner draw tags are available in GMU 50. The land has towering ponderosa pines, lush aspen groves, rocky outcrops, and a year-round spring. This land has been placed in a conservation easement to preserve the historic value and beauty, allowing for two residences, hunting, shooting, raising livestock, and constructing outbuildings, and barns but does not allow the land to ever be subdivided. Price: $1,144,000
The Lemon Lake Lodge is located at the north end of Lemon Reservoir, just a short
15-mile drive to Durango, Colorado. The lodge is 4,400 square feet with a full kitchen, six bedrooms, five baths, and a great room. There is a cozy caretakers quarters next to the main lodge with a two-car garage. You can find elk, deer, turkey, and bear throughout the area. If you love the outdoors, but like to be near town for any of your needs, this is the place for you. Price: $800,000
BUCKHORN MOUNTAIN RANCH
6,573.41± ACRES | MONTROSE AND OURAY COUNTIES | COLORADO | PROPERTY ID: 2985777 | $29,975,000
Just 14 miles south of Montrose, Buckhorn Mountain Ranch spreads across 6,573.41± deeded acres and 6,003± leased BLM acres at the base of Storm King Peak. Off US Highway 550, the ranch has magnificent views of the San Juan Mountains 20 miles to the south. This exceptional property is both a working cattle ranch with a full complement of livestock facilities and a superb hunting retreat with excellent habitat for mule deer and elk. The ranch is in Colorado Game Management Unit 65 and has a well-earned reputation for trophy-sized mule deer and large elk. The ranch also has two lovely, custom-built homes, in addition to guest facilities and staff housing and there are 400 acres of irrigated pastures and hay meadows, as well as a three-acre organic garden with greenhouses and irrigation. While the Buckhorn Mountain Ranch offers seclusion, it is conveniently close to Ridgway, Ouray and the slopes at Telluride.
D & B RANCH
1,023± ACRES | MADISON COUNTY | TEXAS | PROPERTY ID: 2716416 | $14,750,000
Conveniently located between Dallas and Houston in Madison County, this ranch features 1,023 rolling acres brimming with opportunities for enjoyment or investment. The D & B Ranch is equipped to manage cattle and exotic livestock with 47,000 feet of high-fencing, an equipment barn, horse barn, five breeding pens and two catch pens. The property has three stocked lakes, three water wells and an artesian well. The 4,965-square-foot main home is designed for comfort, relaxation and hospitality. 7,600 square feet of flagstone patio with a full-featured outdoor kitchen make entertaining for any number a breeze. Your guests can stay overnight in one of three one bed, one bath bungalows. Perfectly situated and beautifully designed, D & B Ranch is a versatile property, prime for use as a private ranch, exotic game ranch or corporate retreat.
Larry Jacobs | (936) 597-3301 | TXLand.com
THE PRESERVE AT LASALLE RANCH
2,232± ACRES | CALHOUN COUNTY | TEXAS | PROPERTY ID: 3288518 | $10,950,000
Nestled in nature, these exceptional, 2,232 acres shelter a lush array of plants and animals on land and in water. This is your chance to purchase one of the last remaining large, unencumbered pieces of land in the area. With a diverse population of wildlife ranging from deer, turkey, dove, quail, hogs and 400-plus species of birds, this property is ideal for the hunter or conservationist. Known for fishing, hunting, birding and kayaking, this peaceful area is a sportsman’s delight, with some of the best duck hunting on the Texas coast. Port O’Connor offers a relaxing, laidback atmosphere and numerous boating venues. With the largest and deepest bay on the Texas Gulf Coast, Port O’Connor offers many opportunities for the avid fisherman. Close proximity to the Gulf provides excellent fishing for red snapper, king, ling and jack fish, and the opportunity for deep-water fishing for sailfish, mahi-mahi and Wahoo. A short ride across Madagorda Bay lays Madagorda Island, which is now a national preserve for a large variety of endangered migratory birds. This entire are is rich in both wildlife and recreation—perfect for the outdoor enthusiast. Just a few hours from the major metropolitan areas of Houston, Austin, San Antonio and Corpus Christi, The Preserve at Lasalle Ranch is often touted as the “Best Kept Secret on the Gulf Coast.” The ranch is conveniently located within hours of big-city amenities like fine dining and shopping, major medical centers and airports, as well as numerous art, sports and cultural events. The property includes plentiful native pasture grass, a fresh water well, electricity recently installed, great access from the highway on an all-weather road and a newly installed private gated entrance for better access. The nearby development offers many amenities to the owners. Call today to reserve your time for a full property tour.
3.59± ACRES | MONTGOMERY COUNTY | TEXAS | PROPERTY ID: 3265429 | $1,800,000
Camp Farm is that special property tucked away on a quiet road 45 minutes from Houston and 10 minutes from The Woodlands. The elegant architecturally designed farmhouse boasts seven bedrooms, five baths along with a screened-in porch with a hurricane-force, roll-up screen. The saltwater lap pool, tennis court, fire pit, overnight camp house with bunkbeds and playhouse for the kids complete the property. It also has a horse barn with two oversized stalls, a tack room, an art studio along with a one-bedroom studio apartment. The lush turn-out paddocks with three-board fencing make this a haven for your horses. This property is surrounded by high-end horse farms. Come see this one-of-a-kind estate!
WILDCAT CREEK QUAIL HUNTING RESORT
1,000± ACRES | RED RIVER COUNTY | TEXAS | PROPERTY ID: 2935797 | $6,500,000
WCR is only two hours form the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex and boasts 1,000 acres, an incredible 7,000± square-foot main residence plus a turn-key hunting/resort business. WCR features “The Lodge” and guest quarters with 10,000-plus total square feet on the bank of a 16-acre lake. Amenities include a restaurant, Pro Shop, game tables, satellite, high-speed Internet, kennels, equipment and more. Quail, pheasant, duck dove and wild hog hunting, fishing, archery, sporting clays and target shooting at the shooting range designed for sighting rifles. Year-round services include off-season lodging and meeting and party facilities to accommodate weddings, receptions, corporate retreats, family reunions, etc.
CENTURY 21 HARVEY PROPERTIES
(903) 785-8484 Office | (800) 785-8495 Toll-Free | C21php.com
44,000± ACRES | WASCO COUNTY | OREGON | PROPERTY ID: 2950385 | $25,000,000
The Maurer Ranch, in eastern Oregon, consists of 44,000± acres. Of these 44,000 acres, just over 26,000 acres are deeded, with an additional 11,000 acres of BLM and 7,000 acres of USFS leased lands. This property has been in the same family for over 90 years. The business operation has been in cattle, sheep, grain, hay, and recreation. With over eight miles of deeded river frontage on the lower John Day River, fishing for bass, trout, and steelhead is exceptional. Within the deeded acreage are nine large pastures. Each of the pastures is fenced and has good stock water. The stock water is provided from springs that have been developed throughout. The balance is native range land. The topography provides good shelter from the elements. The ground cover is a mixture of native grasses, shrubs, and juniper trees. The ranch is about 70 miles southeast of The Dalles, which is 75 miles east of Portland. There is a paved state highway all the way to the ranch, which is within the counties of Gilliam, Sherman, Wasco and Wheeler.
THE WHITNEY LAND CO.
(541) 278-4444 | WhitneyLandCompany.com
2,976± ACRES | MATAGORDA COUNTY | TEXAS | PROPERTY ID: 2625011 | $12,467,618
This is prime agricultural land in one of the best farming areas in Texas. This property has been in row crop or pasture for many years. Grain sorghum, cotton and corn will be the primary crops for 2015. Cattle and hay production is an option, as the farm is of a good soil type and well drained. The two tracts may be sold separately or together.
(979) 245-6055 | PropertyConnections1.com
CUMMINGS LATIR MOUNTAIN RANCH, LLC
6,100± ACRES | TAOS COUNTY | NEW MEXICO | PROPERTY ID: 2816521 | $17,500,000
In the heart of Elk Country, bordering the Carson National Forest in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains of northern New Mexico sits the Cummings Latir Mountain Ranch, LLC. This ranch is one of the most beautifully unique mountain properties you will ever find, with approximately 6,100 deeded forested acres and approximately 589 State Lease acres. The ranch is wonderfully diverse with high country privately owned forest, pristine alpine meadows and, at the base of the 12,708-foot Latir Mountain, irrigated pasture paddocks. Near the top of Latir Mountain, you will find a self-sustained High Country hunting cabin with a large deck that overlooks the meadow and the Latir Creek, which runs throughout the property. Latir Creek and various lakes and ponds provide stunning waterscapes that create a peaceful existence on this property. Abundant elk, mule deer, big horn sheep, mountain lions and bear roam the ranch, providing a World Class hunting experience. Many vantage points across this ranch offer majestic views and a network of well-maintained roads provides good access throughout the ranch. The main house and other improvements make this ranch suitable as your private estate, an outfitter property or corporate retreat property.
BIG GAME HUNTING LODGE IN URUGUAY
ISLA PATRULLA | TREINTA Y TRES | URUGUAY | PRICE UPON REQUEST
Private and secluded, the main residence has eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms (currently used to lodge the hunters, visitors and friends) and beautiful views. Practical building, constructed with local materials, assures comfort without losing charm. The main living room has a traditional fireplace, perfect to create a cozy atmosphere. Adjacent to panoramic "Quebrada de los Cuervos", it has beautiful views that can be enjoyed from main house. In addition to hunting (its main purpose) the property lends itself to a range of recreational and tourism activities; trekking, fishing, horseback riding etc. Uruguay, is a country starting to distinguish itself as one of the finest hunting destinations in Latin America. Isla Patrulla is in the heart of the department of Treinta y Tres. The area is full of hills with countless water courses and natural forests covered with beautiful indigenous vegetation. Various game species have been introduced to the reserve such as Red Deer (350), Axis Deer (400), Fallow Deer (400), Mouflons/Cimarrones (200), Wild Boars (700) and Chivos (200). The reserve is fenced with a game fence of 2.2 meters (7.2 feet) high. Water buffalos have been recently introduced. There are 1,500 hectares (3,706 acres) of rolling hills and true high country terrain.
HUNTING AND WILDLIFE VIEWING IN SOUTH AFRICA
NORTHERN CAPE PROVINCE | SOUTH AFRICA | PRICE UPON REQUEST
Situated on Northern Cape Province, the biggest and most secured province with the lowest population, this gorgeous hunting property lies on the Botswana border and the dry Limpopo Riverbed. The Kalahari bushveld offers red sand dunes, acacia thorn and about 80 species of mammals with approximately 240 species of birds. This is one of the few registered 4-star lodges and is composed of six spacious rooms equipped with air conditioning, Satellite TV and dressing rooms. The farm is fenced for two wide hunting camps and three breeding camps. On the farm, you will find a wide diversity of game with very high-genetic-quality animals. The farm is equipped by a large number of water points, butchery facility, workshop and different staff houses. There is a daily flight to Sishen, which is a two-hour drive away.
MAGIC SAFARI LODGES
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AMERICAN FARM AND RANCH
SCRIFFINY FAMILY RANCH
1,445± ACRES | DELTA COUNTY | COLORADO | $5,100,000
With 1,445± deeded acres, the Scriffiny Family Ranch represents a unique opportunity for ownership of an existing livestock/cattle ranching operation here on the Western Slope of Colorado. It is situated in the beautiful Harts Basin area of Eckert and is one of two large ranches that encompass approximately 90 percent of this very private and pristine basin setting, surrounded and protected by natural mesa benches to the north, west, and east, with Fruitgrowers Reservoir to the south. With approximately 1,000± acres irrigated, of which 600± acres are irrigated by side roll sprinklers and 400± acres irrigated via gated pipe and open ditches. The ranch has excellent water rights and is currently in both hay and pasture with with hay production averaging 3 to 3.25± tons per acre. Improvements are numerous and include four homes, horse barn with an office and apartment, grain elevator, several outbuildings, feedlot setup, livestock chute, 50,000-pound scale, riding and roping arenas, and more. Excellent potential as an equestrian setup. Enjoy the wildlife with waterfowl, upland birds, small game, mule deer, and more. Located in GMU 52 for big game hunting.Contiguous to the Harts Basin Ranch below.
Sweetly nestled in Harts Basin, a beautiful and very secluded area known for trophy mule deer, pheasant, quail, chukar, water fowl, plus mild winters and cooler summers at an elevation of 5,600 feet. This 1,855± deeded acres is currently a working livestock ranch, averaging 350 AUMs, with 237± irrigated acres in both hay/pasture, managers home, working pens, scale and a USFS livestock permit for 394 AUMs. Located in GMU 52 for exceptional mule deer, pheasant, and quail hunting. Could be the perfect setting for an equestrian setup as well. End of the road privacy, your very own wildlife sanctuary, excellent water rights and yet only minutes to both Cedaredge and Delta. Harts Basin Ranch is contiguous to the Scriffiny Family Ranch above.
A stunning, picturesque, 15,880± deeded acres situated on Pinon Mesa and adjacent to the McInnis Canyons Natural Conservation Area (123,430 acres) with its beautiful sandstone canyons, natural arches, spires and alcoves. A year-round livestock operation running 350–400 AUMs and includes 49,000± acres of both BLM and National Forest Livestock Grazing Permits. Glade Park is renowned for its trophy-class elk and deer hunting via GMU 40, and the Gore Ranch is well known for huge bulls and bucks. Elevations range from 6,500–9,000 feet. With 65,000± contiguous acres (deeded and permit lands) you truly are in your own wilderness! Only 30 minutes to Grand Junction. Other purchasing options available.
BEAVER CANYON RANCH
320± ACRES | SAN MIGUEL COUNTY | COLORADO | $3,200,000
Very private, pristine, and beautiful 320± mountain acres situated between Placerville and Norwood in San Miguel County. A true wilderness feeling is what this gorgeous 320± acres offers. Adjoins and controls access into a huge portion of Beaver Canyon and is just southwest of Beaver Mesa. Very pretty alpine setting with a nice mix of spruce, ponderosa pine, aspen, oaks, mountain meadows, and exceptional views of both Little Cone and Lone Cone Mountains. Goat and Beaver Creeks traverse the ranch and are excellent trout fisheries. Vehicle/foot access to both Beaver Creek and Beaver Canyon is controlled by owner via a locked gate on the ranch and give’s the owner private access to hundreds of acres of gorgeous BLM lands. Located in GMU 70 with excellent big game hunting and over-the-counter tags in some seasons. Convenient to both Placerville and Norwood, and approximately 45 minutes to Telluride and
144± ACRES | GARFIELD COUNTY | COLORADO
Stunning picturesque 144± acre ranch with approximately 60± acres irrigated with sideroll sprinklers and in both hay and pasture. Enjoy this newer gorgeous custom built rancher 4,172± square-foot, four-bed, three-bath with a full walkout basement, wrap-around porch, lovely custom kitchen with hickory cabinets, living room, and family room in the basement. Beautiful mountain and valley views in all directions. Excellent livestock setup with pastures, barns, corrals, heated shop, hay barn, and much more. Borders BLM and is located in GMU 42 for excellent big game hunting or elk, deer, turkeys, and more, with over-the-counter tags for some seasons.
70± ACRES | DELTA COUNTY | COLORADO
$1,490,000 | PROPERTY ID: 1817964
Exquisite 70± acre equestrian property with 46± acres irrigated in hay and pasture. Custom-built home with 3,950± square-foot, walkout basement and overlooks the Gunnison River and the valley floor. Main horse barn is 144x96, insulated and includes an indoor arena, apartment, wash/vet rack area, tack room, stalls, and more. Outdoor arena is 150x375, plus a smaller 24x60 barn with hay storage, stalls, etc. Enjoy the Mountain and valley views, wildlife with deer, waterfowl, small game and excellent trout fishing via the Gunnison River. A turnkey setup!
134± ACRES | DELTA COUNTY | COLORADO
$1,399,500 | PROPERTY ID: 1817993
Very private and pristine livestock setup with 134± acres, of which 50± acres are irrigated and in hay/pasture. Partially remodeled four-bed, three-bath main home has 4,000± square feet. Smaller second home, two oversized garages, horse barn with tack room, and living quarters. Views, wildlife, privacy, and only minutes to town.
SCENIC CRAWFORD RANCH
98.24± ACRES | MONTROSE COUNTY | COLORADO
Very private country setting on the 98± acres with gorgeous views of the West Elk Mountains. Beautiful, newer log home with 4,250± square-foot, five bedrooms, three baths, views from every window, living room with vaulted ceilings, walkout basement with family/recreation room, covered deck, two-car garage, beautiful landscaped yard, RV hookup, and more. A recreational paradise surrounds this ranch with the Gunnison National Forest, West Elk Wilderness, Black Canyon National Park, Crawford State Park, and Blue Mesa Reservoir. Located in GMU 63 for big game hunting and only minutes south of Crawford.
500± ACRES | GUNNISON COUNTY | COLORADO
$1,500,000 | PROPERTY ID: 2685478
Gorgeous, pristine, private 500± mountain acres located 12 miles southeast of Paonia in the West Elk Mountains. Breathtaking views of Gunnison mountain and the West Elks from your front porch. Enjoy this wildlife paradise with excellent big game hunting for elk , deer, bear, and turkey in GMU 53 with over-the-counter tags for bull elk. Plus your very own trout pond and creek located near the main cabin. Beautiful, well-maintained three-bed, one-bath log cabin, plus a smaller log bunkhouse in a beautiful alpine setting with a nice mix of aspen, spruce, and oaks throughout the ranch at an elevation of 9,000 feet. The property borders the Gunnison National Forest.
FANTASTIC BED & STALL SETUP
69± ACRES | DELTA COUNTY | COLORADO
Enjoy two homes, a bunkhouse with kitchen, apartment plus another bunkhouse, horse stalls, hay barn, corrals, and so much more on 69± gorgeous, private, and irrigated acres! 65± acres in hay production with an average of four tons per acre. USFS and BLM special use permits (outfitting and recreation) that can be purchased separately. Turnkey with all mineral rights are included!
240± ACRES | MESA COUNTY | COLORADO
$1,780,000 | PROPERTY ID: 3173630
A very secluded and private setting with 240± picturesque acres with breathtaking mountain and valley views, abundant wildlife, small pond, and a year-round creek. There are 100± irrigated acres in hay production and 60± irrigated acres in pasture. Custom 3,800± square-foot home with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, large family room with vaulted ceilings, stone fireplace, beautiful upgraded kitchen, and so much more! Detached 2,000± square-foot garage and machine shop, older barn/calving shed, and other livestock shelters. Wildlife paradise with elk, deer, bear, turkey, and an occasional moose (GMU 421).
80± ACRES | GARFIELD COUNTY | COLORADO
Secluded mountain getaway! 80± acres located in the Bookcliffs about an hour drive north of Loma, Colorado and bordered on two sides by BLM. Property has a 576± square-foot rustic cabin with breathtaking views! Property has all you need as a big game hunter. Lying within GMU 30 this property provides excellent opportunities to harvest elk, deer, bear, lion, and more all from the comfort of your own mountain cabin. Adjoining 160± acres available as well.